Contra Mozilla

Tuesday, September 10, 2013


Homophobia is a charge frequently leveled against those of use who accept the Traditional moral teachings of the Church. "You hate gays because you fear them!" some say. The truth of the matter is that I neither hate nor fear gays, and neither do most other faithful Christians. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that we can rightly fear the gay movement, the power-drunk homosexualists, and those who are their "allies." These don't want tolerance, nor even really loving acceptance as people. Their battle cry is "equality," and they will eventually add to it "fraternity!" and "liberty!" That is truly a scary thought for those who would "cling to their...religion."

It's not about fearing gays--what they do in their bedrooms is between them and God, though love does demand that we admonish sinners charitably. But homosexualists with the power to persecute should make us at least a little nervous.

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